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November 2022 - 1st to 6th

  • PM lays foundation stone of projects worth over Rs 8000 crores in Tharad, Banaskantha in Gujarat
  • PM dedicates Railway projects worth over Rs. 2900 crore in Asarva, Ahmedabad
  • Higher education institutions should observe ‘Bharatiya Bhasha Divas’ on Dec 11 every year: UGC
  • Birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel celebrated as National Unity Day on Oct 31
  • “Union Home Minister’s Special Operation Medal” for year 2022 awarded for 4 Special Operations
  • New Delhi: CEC Rajiv Kumar inaugurates 2-day international conference on theme ‘Role, Framework, and Capacity of Election Management Bodies’
  • Foundation days of Haryana, MP, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Kerala, AP celebrated on Nov 1
  •  PM Modi lays foundation stone of projects worth around Rs 860 cr at Jambughoda, Gujarat
  • Rajasthan: PM addresses ‘Mangarh Dham ki Gaurav Gatha’ programme at Mangarh Dham in Banswara district
  • President inaugurates 7th India Water Week at Greater Noida (UP)
  • Centre to grant citizenship to minorities of Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan under Citizenship Act, 1955
  • Department of Youth Affairs, NSS and NYKS organise Unity Runs in all districts across the country
  • DRDO conducts successful maiden flight-test of Phase-II Ballistic Missile Defence interceptor off Odisha coast
  • Ladakh: Zojila Day commemorated at Zojila War Memorial near Drass to celebrate action by Indian troops in 1948 Operation Bison
  • PM inaugurates 3,024 EWS flats in Delhi to rehabilitate slum dwellers
  • Union Cabinet approves naming Hollongi Greenfield Airport in Arunachal Pradesh as “Donyi Polo Airport, Itanagar”
  • SEWA (Self-Employed Women’s Association) founder Ela Bhatt dies at 89 in Ahmedabad
  • PM launches new Complaint Management System portal of Central Vigilance Commission (CVC)
  • Ministry of Education releases Performance Grading Index for States/UTs for 2020-21; Kerala, Punjab, Chandigarh, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, and Andhra Pradesh attain Level -2 grading
  •  Gross Enrolment Ratio improves at all levels of school education in 2021-22: UDISE (Unified District Information System for Education Plus)
  •  President inaugurates Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) North Eastern Regional Campus at Aizawl
  •  Karnataka makes 10 min daily meditation compulsory in schools, pre university colleges
  • MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan launches Ladli Laxmi 2.0 financial assistance scheme for girls
  • Gujarat Assembly elections to be held in two phases on Dec 1, 5; result on Dec 8
  • President Droupadi Murmu inaugurates and lays foundation stone for various Central and State govt projects in Sikkim
  • Centre constitutes panel for strengthening assessment and accreditation of Higher Educational Institutions, headed by Dr. K. Radhakrishnan of IIT, Kanpur
  •  Union Minister for Culture, Tourism & DoNER, G. Kishan Reddy, inaugurates sixth edition of Ganga Utsav in New Delhi
  •  Mumbai: 132-year-old British-era tunnel dug up in state government’s Sir J.J. Hospital grounds
  • India’s defunct surveillance satellite RISAT-2 hits Indian Ocean near Jakarta

  • China launches 2nd lab module Mengtian for its space station
  • World Cities Day observed on Oct 31, theme: Act Local to Go Global
  • UN, Turkey and Ukraine agree to implement Black Sea grain deal despite Russia’s withdrawal from pact
  • Philippines’ death toll following Cyclonic Storm Nalgae climbs to 72
  • South Africa: Misuzulu Zulu crowned new Zulu king in Durban
  • Elon Musk to set up “content moderation council” at Twitter
  • 21st meeting of SCO Council of Heads of govt held in virtual format; External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar represented India
  • India donates USD 2.5 million to support education, healthcare of Palestinian refugees
  •  India gifts 200 vehicles to Nepal as logistic support for Nov 20 polls
  • US and South Korea conducting ‘Vigilant Storm’ military exercises
  • 50 UN member countries issue joint statement condemning Chinese government’s persecution of Uyghurs in Xinjiang
  • Grain ships sail from Ukraine ports despite Russia’s withdrawal from UN deal
  • Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk says blue tick on sale for $8 per month
  • International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists observed on Nov 2
  • India abstains on Russia-sponsored draft resolution at UNSC for probe on Ukraine’s alleged bio weapons
  • Grain ships leave Ukrainian ports after Russia resumes participation in UN-brokered deal
  • Israel: Coalition led by former PM Benjamin Netanyahu wins election
  •  ‘Permacrisis’, a term that describes ‘an extended period of instability and insecurity’, named Word of the Year 2022 by Collins dictionary

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  • April-Sept fiscal deficit at 37% of FY23 target
  • Production of eight infrastructure sectors expands by 7.9 per cent in September
  • RBI launches first pilot of wholesale CBDC (Central Bank Digital Currency)
  • RBI imposes Rs 1.76 crore penalty on Vakrangee for non-compliance with regulations on White Label ATMs (WLA)
  • Centre approves Maharashtra’s first Electronics Manufacturing Cluster at Ranjangaon, Pune
  • CBDT releases draft Common Income Tax Return Form for public consultation
  • India, Australia discuss IndAus ECTA (India-Australia Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement)
  • Former Tata Steel MD Dr Jamshed J Irani dies at 86 in Jamshedpur; conferred Padma Bhushan in 2007
  • Cabinet approves Rs 51,875 cr subsidy for P&K (phosphatic and potassic) fertilisers for rabi season
  • Cabinet approves higher ethanol procurement price by OMCs (oil marketing companies) for blending
  • Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya Inaugurated 12th Edition of India Chem-2022 with theme “Vision 2030: Chemicals and Petrochemicals Build India” at New Delhi
  • Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh announces Nationwide Campaign for Submission of Digital Life Certificates (DLC) by Pensioners
  • FIBAC banking conference being organized jointly by FICCI and IBA (Indian Banks’ Association) in Mumbai on Nov 2-3
  • AirAsia exits AirAsia India, sells 16.33% stake to Air India for Rs 156 cr
  • Indian Army Registers ‘Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)’ of the New Design and Camouflage Pattern Uniform
  • Finance Minister launches biggest ever coal mine auction of 141 mines
  • Urban Mobility India Conference & Expo 2022 to be held in Kochi on Nov 4-6; organised by Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs in collaboration with Govt. of Kerala
  • Unemployment rate surges to 7.77% in Oct against 6.43% in Sept: CMIE
  • India’s foreign exchange reserves jump $6.5 billion to $531 billion for the week ended October 28
  • SC upholds validity of Employees Pension (Amendment) Scheme of 2014, quashes Rs 15,000 salary limit
  • CII organising Agri and Food Technology Fair in Chandigarh on Nov 4-7
    Russia’s President Vladimir Putin on November 5 publicly approved the evacuation of civilians from parts of Russian-occupied Black Sea coastal city of Kherson in southern Ukraine. Kyiv’s forces have been steadily advancing on the strategic city.
    Six-grain vessels left Ukrainian ports on November 3 after Russia resumed its participation in the UN-brokered agreement which allows grain exports through the Black Sea. Moscow on October 29 temporarily pulled out of the grain deal, accusing Ukraine of using a safe shipping corridor established under the agreement to launch a drone assault on its Black Sea fleet.
    Denmark’s centre-left secured the most votes in the general election held on November 1. Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen’s “red bloc” of parties has secured the required 90 seats in the 179-seat Folketing (Parliament) to form a government.
    Grégoire de Fournas, an MP of far-right National Rally (RN), was on November 5 given a 15-day ban from France’s National Assembly for shouting “they should go back to Africa” as a black colleague talked about immigration in Parliament.
    Pakistan’s ousted Prime Minister, Imran Khan (70), survived a gun attack on his convoy while holding a protest march in the eastern city of Wazirabad on November 4. The protest march had been called to demand early elections.
    South Korea declared national mourning after 151 people were killed in stampede during Halloween festivities in Seoul on October 30
    Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva defeated incumbent Jair Bolsonaro to win Presidential election in Brazil on October 31. The leftist Lula, who was President in 2003-2011, had 50.9% of the valid votes against Bolsonaro’s 49.1%.
    A state of emergency was declared in two Ecuador provinces of Guayas and Esmeraldas on November 3 after a series of attacks that killed five police officers. President Guillermo Lasso said the attacks by drug gangs were a declaration of war.
    A Tanzanian passenger plane crashed into Lake Victoria on November 6 as it attempted to land in the lakeside town of Bukoba, killing at least 19 people. Of the 43 people on board there were 24 survivors, according to operator Precision Air.
    The Ethiopian government and Tigrayan rebels announced a peace deal on November 3 that could end a two-year conflict which led to thousands of deaths in the civil war and warnings of famine in the separatist Tigray region.

  • Spain wins FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup with a 1-0 victory over Colombia in Mumbai
  • Football: Flamengo wins 2022 Copa Libertadores tournament; beats fellow Brazilian club Athletico Paranaense in final in Guayaquil, Ecuador
  • Red Bull’s Max Verstappen wins Formula One Mexican Grand Prix
  • Asian Squash Team Championships in South Korea: India (men’s) and Hong Kong (women’s) win titles
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